Club Unity

94% love it
Montreal's biggest gay club
Two dance floors, a rooftop terrace, and a VIP area make Club Unity a Montreal hot spot; drag shows, go-go dancers, Friday Night College, and Saturday Muscle Beach keep the regulars coming back for more.


    • DMS12345
      DMS12345 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Have to visit this club if in Montreal!

    • sam82
      sam82 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      good music

    • dedethom
      dedethom Over a year ago
      Hates it

      I've been there last summer and the full experience have been deceiving. You have to be young (very young) to appreciate this club. No service, one kind of drink, kids... litterally kids taking all the space. The music was good though. Sad that it made me feel so old and so out of my time.

    • ukflyer
      ukflyer Over a year ago
      Hates it

      A young mixed crowd all out for a good time
      I've been to Unity on Saturday night about 4 times. There's one small (and usually packed) dancefloor playing cheese and house music on the main dancefloor. A popular night with a young mixed crowd all out for a good time. Go-go dancers dance on the bar and podiums in the early hours. Only once have I not been impressed with the DJ in the main room. Edit July 2013: I've remarked Unity down considerably. It's arguably still worth it for the roof terrace in the summer (not that it's the only venue on the street with one) but it's gone downhill since the music in the main room on Saturday changed to pop a few years ago. Unity may be a mixed venue, but the door staff need to exercise discretion. The sight a group of girls all dressed in pink on a bachelorette party sent me off to Bar Apollon which, whilst far from perfect, is a better bet.

    • BeaverOwl
      BeaverOwl Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The place to be if...
      It used to be the best place in town. From the age of 18 almost every friday and saturday night was spent there... Was the place to be... Now I'm 25... over the hill for Unity

    • Jadriansd
      Jadriansd Over a year ago
      Hates it

      I hate loud music
      This aspect really brought my rating down. I am used to working in a bar, but this Club has its sound system set so high that you can't understand a guy screaming into your ear! I have been there about 6 times this year and it's always the same atmosphere. There is no place to sit down. The crowd is very young and of mixed gender. There are 2-3 gogo boys on raised platforms in the middle of the main dance floor. Go there if you like dancing.

    • MatthewA
      MatthewA Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Unity is a solid gay club. It has it's ups and downs over the years (a fire, mismanagement, ) and the crowd left. Renamed, Unity 2, It is not as popular as it once was. Located, on Rue St. Catherine, above Stock Dansuer/ Strip club. Unity is now open Thursday-Sunday nights and has 2 floors, as well as a large roof desk, which is open in the summer months. Cover charge required for entry after 11:00pm

    • haris37
      haris37 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      The sound system was awful, extreemly loud and the tracks played were a mixture of blowing noise & screaming. Though the decoration & enlightments were cool. Mixed clientele, mostly young peoplet. NB : After 22 hrs. you have to pay 10$ for the entry alone

    • DerekFromBoston
      DerekFromBoston Over a year ago
      Loves it

      What a fun time!
      When my partner and I were in line to get in, he mentioned [in fear] that Unity seemed like a twink bar. Soon, though, we realized it wasn't and that gay men of all kinds - including drag queens, found their place at Unity. The music by DJ Honey Dijon was great and modern and everybody was in the spirit. What a great place! The next time I'm in Montreal, I'll definitely go back!

    • Johnnie
      Johnnie Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Cool place for Gays and Lesbians
      I'm a gay male and was happy to see that club was about 50/50 in the gay and lesbian ratio. The club itself has a nice set up, big with two floors and two different rooms. There's a large main one and a smaller one with different music. I would have to say that it caters more to the snobby young gay male scene (I'm not a lesbian so I don't know their perspective) but if you don't mind that than it's great for you. Have fun!

    • jpandme
      jpandme Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Meh, I Could Do Without
      Overated. While the music is ranged from hiphop to house, the crowd isnt. If you aren't under 25 don't bother going, you'll just get dirty looks. Plus for a gay club, didn't come off as very gay.

    • Pope258
      Pope258 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Best Club in North America
      This place has got to be the best club in North America! The crowd is friendly and fun, music to suite all tastes, and lots of room to move around!

    • midnite_queen
      midnite_queen Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The crowd is hot, the music is awesome, the atmosphere is breath-taking! The drinks are not expensive and people are very friendly.Unity one of the biggest gay clubs in North America. Don't miss!